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Title

Relations between ecological thought & system thought

AuthorsHernández, Ana Jesús; Pastor Piñeiro, Jesús
KeywordsSystem thought
Between ecological
Soils
Pollution
Issue Date1989
AbstractThis paper shows some of the results we obtained in the course of an investigative project directed toward obtaining guidelines for developing "Ecological Thought" with System methodology in for teaching and learning specific systems. There is a high leve! of similarity, between the concept of "Ecological Thought" and "System Thought". Nevertheless, the first term implies a process of developing the human capacity to think totally in line with the new world view and reality, while the second term is mostly a tool for the scientific investigation of all the models of that complex reality that are the General Systems.
Description10 páginas, y tablas estadísticas.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/61344
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